Curiosity: here are the internal codenames of all iOS versions already released

Curiosity: here are the internal codenames of all iOS versions already released

Unlike OS X, the iOS not released with public codenames like Mavericks, Yosemite and El Capitan. But that does not mean that Apple does not define internal codenames for the various versions of its mobile operating system.

THE iMore compiled the complete list, out of curiosity:

  • 1.0: Alpine (1.0.0 – 1.0.2: Heavenly)
  • 1.1: Little Bear (1.1.1: Snowbird, 1.1.2: Oktoberfest)
  • 2.0: Big Bear
  • 2.1: Sugarbowl
  • 2.2: Timberline
  • 3.0: Kirkwood
  • 3.1: Northstar
  • 3.2: Wildcat (s iPad)
  • 4.0: Apex
  • 4.1: Baker
  • 4.2: Jasper (4.2.5 – 4.2.10: Phoenix)
  • 4.3: Durango
  • 5.0: Telluride
  • 5.1: Hoodoo
  • 6.0: Sundance
  • 6.1: Brighton
  • 7.0: Innsbruck
  • 7.1: Sochi
  • 8.0: Okemo
  • 8.1: OkemoTaos
  • 8.2: OkemoZurs
  • 8.3: Stowe
  • 8.4: Copper
  • 9.0: Monarch
  • 9.1: Boulder
  • 9.2: Castlerock
  • 9.3: Eagle

The origins are quite varied, including even ski resorts and golf courses. OS X has for years focused on felines, and more recently has moved to important locations in California.

Google also uses public code names on Android, such as KitKat, Lollipop and Marshmallow.